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Taye Drums Standard Series Brass Snare Drum
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The Taye Brass Snare Drum follows Taye's tradition of high quality drums at affordable prices. Besides its eye-catching good looks, a brass snare's t...Read More
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A burly but sleek brass snare drum with a wide open range and a warm, vibrant tone.
The Taye Brass Snare Drum follows Taye's tradition of high quality drums at affordable prices. Besides its eye-catching good looks, a brass snare's tonality is warm and vibrant. They feature open highs, mids and lows. Moreover, they're precisely machined shells offer the sensitivity and response that Taye snares are known for.
Simply designed for optimum performance, the side-action release system employs a minimum of moving parts. With a large knurled tension knob for easy snare adjustment, and Taye Drums' unique SlipLock feature that prevents unwanted loosening of snare tension, SideLatch is strong, smooth, and flawlessly reliable. In addition, patented Studded Lug Gaskets remove any metal-to-wood contact allowing the drum to resonate more freely, delivering optimum sonic performance in all environments.
- SideLatch snare strainer feating SlipLock to prevent unwanted loosening
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Standard Series Brass Snare Drum
- 14 x 6-1/2"
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- Small Venues
Comments about Taye Drums Standard Series Brass Snare Drum:
I used this snare to record a few songs and they sounded pretty great once they were mixed and mastered, but I had to do a lot of tweaking. The tension rods had NO lubrication whatsoever, I was expecting this snare to be pretty comfortable to tune so I could really get the feel for a brass snare. However turning the tension rods one way or another doesn't give you the knowledge you need to fine tune the drum, two full turns could maybe only be 1/4" turn because the tension rods are so stiff. If I don't lubricate them well enough myself I'm afraid I'll most likely damage the rods or lugs and maybe strip something.
But if you can figure it out, two moon gels on a medium to tight tuning really gets great attack.